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Morning Recon: New York Fashion Week Gets Underway, the Male Modeling Set Jumps into the Ring, and More

Every day we get up early to scan the web for the best in men's style. And then we go grab a coffee. After that, we sit down and bang out a blog post. Here it is.

Indisputably on the rise: Alternative eveningwear.

The Wall Street Journal asks whether menswear at New York Fashion Week is actually on the rise; The New York Times looks into why it may be even harder to crash your favorite show this season; and we sat down with an all-star cast of designers and influencers to talk about what’s next in men’s fashion.

Illegal male-model boxing matches on Friday nights in Chinatown? May sound like an undergrad’s screenplay, but T uncovers the secret warehouse where it really does go down.

No telling whether this will actually be LCD Soundsystem’s final show, but for this final three-hour blowout you’ll need to adhere to a dress code. [via Pitchfork]

The next time you hear your New York pals pining for a vintage shopping fix, you can point them here. [via A Continuous Lean]

And for those in the market for a vintage Triumph, Mister Crew has some archival Life shots of the classic two-wheelers.

Paul Smith tells The Business of Fashion how he’s been able to succeed in Japan, which now accounts for the majority of his brand’s business.

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